The motorbike anthem blast your ears as blast down the road.
Ton Up Day – Just for Kicks!
Sunday 3rd November
9am – 5pm
“If there’s one thing that I like, it’s a burn up on my bike”, released on 7″ vinyl, at 45rpm, by Parlophone, R4974 and charting in 1963, written by Charles Blackwell, produced by Robert Stigwood and famously sung by Mike Sarne, “Just For Kicks” is the Ton Up anthem!
Celebrating this seminal song daytime at the cafe on Sunday 3rd November, occasion of the cafe’s annual Ton Up Day, with raffle prizes up for grabs to include the cafe’s 70th anniversary CD album “Bikes n’ Leather Rocking at the Ace!” which features the song at track 10.
Other prizes include 2 pairs of tickets to attend the cafe’s annual Johnny Kidd Tribute Night with the band The Fireballs on Saturday 9th November together with the books “Classic British Motorcycle”, “How To Build A Cafe Racer”, “Building Budget Brits” and an Ace 75th anniversary goody pack.
Spend £5 or more over the counter at the cafe on Sunday 3rd November from 10am and receive a raffle ticket.
Draw to be held at 3pm.